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Re: Gaston defeated the Bye 6-7 7-6 7-6 (35-33) in Indian Wells Cheering Thread

Originally Posted by Vale
I´m so happy for Gastón!!!
The match lasted 2:03, and he was losing 2-4 in the third set, so he showed quite a good attitude to win the next four games!
It wasn´t televised and the idiots on ESPN didn´t keep us updated so I came to my PC convinced that he´d lost! So many have: Moya, González, Massú, Chela, Ferrer...
Gastón and David are the only Latin Americans left, but Gastón has a tough nut to crack - Baghdatis - whereas David plays Benneteau which is an easier match. (Oh, and I forgot, Acasuso plays Roddick in less than an hour!)
And unfortunately, Chucho lost but that match may be a little controversial... didn't see it but I'm looking for some info. Too bad about those Spanish-speaking guys losing... hey, but Verdasco d Karlovic! The sad part is he faces Pandy today!

VAMOS, GASTON in your doubles!

Hopp Rogi! Go Gonzo! Allez Gasquet!

Más vale maña que fuerza -- proverbio español
"Pero, con todos mis respetos para Rafa, Federer tiene más talento." - Marat Safin
"Pero para mí el mejor es Roger Federer. / For me, the best is Roger Federer." - D. Nalbandian
"He's the best sportsman, I think, in the world. He has a lot of humble." - Rafael Nadal
"He's so charismatic." - Marcos Baghdatis
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